heard a controversial motion to unseal the names of the jurors involved. what do you know about it? >> reporter: well, this is a debate that came up as a result of the news media. it was triggered as a result of the fact that jury immediately after the trial declined to talk. now, that's their right. they don't have to. but of course, so much focus on the jury wanting to know, how did you come up with the decision, the verdict that you did. so the news organizations asked for the names. the judge is not comfortable. he says look there's been so much attention and so much anger. he's worried about their own safety. here's what he said. i'll give it a cooling off period. we may get the names in a week or so. that remains to be seen, anderson. >> martin, thanks again. two jurors have spoken out. one wants to remain anonymous but juror number 3, jennifer ford, is speaking on camera telling abc news why she voted to acquit. >> how did she die? if you're going to charge someone with murder, don't you have to know how they killed someone or why they might have killed someone or have something where, when, why, how?